Sweet Home Mommse
About The Stadium
Named after Theodor Mommsen (1817–1903), the German historian and Nobel prize-winner, the historical stadium has been TeBe’s home since the end of the war, and earlier had been the home of Sport Clubs Charlottenburg (SCC).
As a reimbursement for the use of SCC’s facilities, a new stand was built in 1930, followed by a new pitch and running track. The stand consists of three stories and is 104 metres long.
In the northern part of the stand, there is a large room that is often used as a gym.
Between 1950 and 1956, during repairs to damage sustained during the war, some structural changes were made to the building. In 2000, an electronic scoreboard was installed.
The stadium has a total capacity of 11,500, 1,800 of which are covered seats in the stand.
Since 1999, the TeBe fans have gathered in Block E opposite the stand, and Block F affords ample space to the visiting fans.
The TeBe second teams and Youth teams play either in the Julius-Hirsch-Sportanlage (Harbigstr.) or the Hans-Rosenthal-Sportanlage (Kühler Weg).